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former members of l.a punk band Mad Parade Joey kelly and mike sosa form rootsy blues folk country punk brew-haha you know wata mean jack o' boy jolly good shew fly in my suit's me just fine line down the road to stanton Topic: the disasters
(Hungarian voice over version) The world is experiencing one crisis after another. Earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, China, Sumatra, just to mention some of the biggest ones, and now Japan. Heat waves in Russia, floods in Australia and other parts of the world. What is going on? Had these events increased in number over the years? Are they sending us a special message? And if so, what is it? Joe and Johnny discuss these issues and touch on the possibility that men might have had a hand in triggering... Topic: natural disasters
Usenet newsgroups within "alt.disasters", contributed courtesy of giganews.com. These captures omit most binary posts. Topics: alt.disasters.find-survivor, alt.disasters.earthquake, alt.disasters.aviation, alt.disasters,...
Charles Maynard, author and founding Executive Director of Friends of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, discusses Eaarth: making a life on a tough new planet by Bill McKibben in this podcast of a Brown Bag, Green Book program held at Knox County Public Library (Knoxville, TN). Topics: climate change, natural disasters
byMoulton, Charlotte (Librarian); Kenton, Charlotte; Auston, Ione; National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Reference Services Division
"Covers periodical articles, monographs, reports, and miscellaneous material on health effects, air pollution, soil pollution, water pollution and general volcano information. Sources include a broad spectrum of manual and computerized databases ... [and] selected pieces ... dating back to 1834." Topics: Disasters, Environmental Pollution
New Orleans 6 years after Hurricane Katrina. What progress has been made, what remains to be done in the areas of: housing, police shootings,among others. Guest: Attorney Tracie L Washington, President of the Louisiana Justice Institute. Topics: Racism, Katrina, Housing, natural disasters